Grateful Dead Live at The Omni on 1992-03-03
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
AUD>DAT>CDR (Schoeps CMC 34Âs); via Paul; Seeded to etree by Tony G
- 2004-04-28 14:52:54
- Atlanta, GA
- The Omni
Subject: For those who think the background noise ruins it
Subject: Ya had to be there
This brings back memories i thought were gone forever, and the crowd noise makes it even more reliveable. Bruce Hornsby would have made such a great permanent addition to the band after the tragic loss of Brent, however some of Hornsby is better than none. Seeing Bruce alone is worth the price of admision, but to get all that for a buck?.What a bargain!
The Omni was a turd of a venue from a live sound perspective. This recording captures what only the Grateful Dead could accomplish there, ............Pulling a rabbit from their hats, and something outa nothing,with something to spare as change.
The tapers section there was nearly the sweet spot of that place, but the undiscoved jewel of the Omni was the seating behind the stage. Too bad no one was ever taping there in the fattie section......That spot made the other activities of the main arena,camping and vending areas(while they we're allowed there) aroroud the Omni look like church outings while the preacher was lookin;)
Thanks for the memories!OH !OH! OH!
Can i have my haki-saks back Phil?
Subject: sounds like a "dirty j-o" to me --
What's wrong with Rush & the Dead together? I happen to love both, for similar and different reasons. Neil Peart [Rush drummer] and Mickey Hart are personal friends and I know for a fact that Peart was at this very show (and that Mickey was at the Rush show at the Omni the following night).
so perhaps you should bring that cattle-prod with you? maybe run a full bath first then have at it.
whoa-----cattle prod yourself!
decent aud tape------
Subject: talkers ruin tapes
it's not unbearable but it pulls this show's rating down a notch.
Subject: Good Show!
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